Ruby Lee Stewart-Bischoff, a long time resident of Bryan, Texas, passed away at the age of 94 on February 21, 2015. She was the mother of five boys and is survived by her sons; Albert Stewart Jr, of Conroe, Robert Stewart of San Antonio, and Wesley Bischoff of Bryan. She has ten grandchildren as well as numerous great-grandchildren. She is also survived by her brother, Melvin Coleman, of Houston; and sister, Nettie Franks of Bryan. Ruby was born in Wills Point, Van Zandt County, Texas, to Joe C. and Sueaddie Coleman.
Funeral services are set for 2:00 p.m. Thursday February 26, 2015 at St. Michaels Chapel, 2402 South College Ave, at the corner of South College and Williamson in Bryan, with Charles Ray officiating. Interment will follow at Rest-Ever Memorial Park Cemetery under the direction of Callaway-Jones Funeral Home.
She will always be in our hearts.
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Our sincerest condolences to the Stewart and Bischoff family. Mrs. Ruby has been a wonderful neighbor to us. Even though she was advanced in age, she always offered to collect our mail and newspaper when we were out of town. We will miss her friendly wave and sweet smile. We know that she is at peace and with God. Wesley — you had a great mom. Let us know if we can do anything for you.
i will always cherish my time with u aunt ruby when i was young i know your rejoiceing with your family in heaven my condolence’s to her family remember she is with god and all the angels .
Aunt Ruby was my aunt by marriage but she was a real aunt in every way. I enjoyed talking to her by phone because on days when she felt pretty good, she would share stories about her life. The majority of the stories included mention of her sons. She wanted to tell how wonderful they were and all the ways they helped her. Occasionally Aunt Ruby would talk about her son who passed away at a young age due to a terrible accident. I could only imagine the sadness of such a loss.
One of the things she did was profusely aoplogize if she had to end our conversation due to weariness or if her blood pressure wasn’t normal that day. Over the years, we discussed multiple medical subjects; it was amazing how accurate her knowledge was.
Death is always sad in that we physically lose our loved ones. But if they loved and honored the Lord through GENUINE salvation, the death will be a homecoming celebration! And Aunt Ruby has gone to a home that is eternal with no sorrow and no tears or pain.
I loved her.